Services and Facilities
A villa by the coast, among a safe, and caring community is a place that’s easy to call home. Close to Perth’s northern beaches, Trinity Village is a vibrant community, allowing residents to keep doing what they love, and what they choose to do, in a secure and loving environment.
Every villa is set in a beautifully landscaped garden with winding footpaths and flower beds. Each home has high ceilings, a spacious living and dining area, a large kitchen for the home chef, and built-in robes in all the bedrooms. The village comprises 34 villas, of which you can choose from two- or three-bedroom homes.
There’re plenty of amenities close by - the local shops at Glengarry are within walking distance and Whitford City shopping centre is a five-minute drive. You’re spoilt for choice with the onsite services. A chef prepares meals daily which can be eaten in the community centre or taken back to your villa. There’s a hairdressing salon, a library, pastoral care, a podiatrist and more.
A dedicated village coordinator is there to help you and if you want a little extra assistance with day-to-day tasks our Home Care is available to help around your home and garden. Living your best life is what this coastal village community is all about.
Vacancies and Pricing
If you’d like to know more about Trinity Independent Living such as information on current vacancies, contact us on 1300 244 333 or email ILV@catholichomes.com
Explore our villages
We have four independent living villages for you to choose your new home from.
Who owns and manages the Independent Living villas?
Catholic Homes owns and operates four Independent Living villages, as well as residential aged care and home care services. The organisation is an incorporated association (est. 1965) and a registered charitable institution.
Catholic Homes is governed by its Board and managed by a highly experienced executive team with a broad range of qualifications and expertise including business, nursing and health services, accounting and community development.
Do I own the villa?
Residents don’t own the asset but may benefit from any growth in its value when their villa is “sold”.
When you purchase a lease, your payment means that when there is capital growth on the property upon re-sale, you share in this growth. This is sometimes called a “capital share lease” arrangement.
Villa values go up and down over time in much the same way as your current residence. Under the Independent Living Village Agreement, residents receive the benefit of a proportion of capital growth, subject to conditions, upon re-leasing. This does vary between villages and organisations and you should check to see if an agreement allows you to benefit from capital growth.
What age does the oldest resident of a couple have to be to live in an Independent Living village?
To qualify for residency, at least one resident in a villa must be aged 55 years or older.
All residents should be capable of Independent Living in the village.
Can I have a pet?
Yes, pets may be permitted at the discretion of Catholic Homes and must be authorised in writing.
Incoming residents must abide by and sign a Pet Agreement Form, as your pet should not intrude on your neighbour’s amenity. Assistance and guide dogs are permitted.